Congratulations to Anya Pearson, E. M. Lewis, and Sara Jean Accuardi for being chosen as finalists by Literary Arts for the Angus Bowmer Award for Drama.
Join E. M. Lewis for a panel with Artists Rep: How to Tell Your Own Story.
Featuring artists Vin Shambry, Juan Villa, Stephanie Walker, and Michael Shutt.
Sunday, October 25, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Tune in Wednesday, July 29, 7 p.m. PST, for a discussion with Ellen Lewis and Emilie Pascale Beck of Boston Court Pasadena on Lewis’s play HOW THE LIGHT GETS IN.
Read Portland Monthly’s article: While the Curtain Stays Down, Portland Theaters Pivot to Audio, featuring projects with several LineStormers.
Read more about these new pieces from Sara Jean Accuardi, E. M. Lewis, Anya Pearson, and Josie Seid in this Broadway World article.
Congrats to E. M. Lewis for her grant from the Mellon Foundation supporting her three-year residency at Artists Repertory Theatre through the National Playwright Residency Program. She will focus on her new play, THE GREAT DIVIDE, co-commissioned by OSF and ART.
The article mentions E. M. Lewis and Sara Jean Accuardi in touting Lunch with LineStorm for 2020’s Fertile Ground Festival.
Lewis is one of six playwrights given a commission to develop new plays about moments of change in U.S. history. Read more at American Revolutions: the United States History Cycle.